Crouseville, ME


County hoopsters work on their skills at Maine Celtics Camp

FORT FAIRFIELD, Maine (WAGM) - The Basketball season is still a few months away, but today over 100 youngsters were able to attend a Maine Celtics basketball camp.The Camp is part of a series of stops made by the team throughout the state. Evans Boston: ”The Dunkin Summer Clinic Series....

Clouds Linger Today with Shower and Storm Threats Tomorrow Afternoon

PRESQUE ISLE, Maine (WAGM) - Good morning everyone and happy Wednesday. We started the morning out with temperatures in the mid to upper 50s. Winds have been fairly calm overnight, so it was a great night to open the windows and let some fresh air in. Dewpoints are sitting in the mid to upper 50s. Thankfully we will continue to be in that comfortable state for today. The clouds will continue to fill in across the county. Some of us in far northern portions of the county may get lucky and see a few breaks in the clouds. Its not until the overnight hours where we see those clouds start to break up. High temperatures today will be in the low to mid 70s across the region. That is quite a difference from those observed high temperatures we had yesterday which were only in the upper 50s to low 60s. Lows tonight will be in the mid to upper 50s because of those clouds acting as a blanket to trap in those warmer temperatures. It will be another great night to keep the windows open and let in some fresh air. The winds will be fairly light.

Focused on the Community – New Food Truck in Aroostook County, Maine

The New Owners of Hometown Proud BBQ and Catering Trailer. Josh Tweedie and Shawn Gillen are the new owners of the Hometown Proud BBQ and Catering Trailer. Josh Tweedie is the owner of Mars Hill, Hillside and Star City IGA, and Shawn Gillen is the Sheriff for the Aroostook Sheriff’s Office. They are doing local events and have plans to set up at least one night a week at the Mars Hill IGA.

“We know that no one likes to hear that their electricity bill is increasing...”

PRESQUE ISLE, Maine (WAGM) - Versant Power announced Thursday they would be seeking a 28% increase of their distribution rate on electricity bills for the Summer of 2023. Both the Office of the Public Advocate, as well as Governor Janet Mills expressed doubt in Versant’s need for a rate increase, with Governor Mills calling on Versant to abandon the rate increase all together. WAGM reached out to Versant Power for comment regarding the lack of support for their proposed rate increase, Judy Long, Communications Manager for Versant Power had this to say: